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Re-programmed art is presented within the program of Transformation Digital Art 2018 - Symposium on Digital Art Preservation organized by LIMA in Amsterdam on March 22-23.
International participants from an array of professional backgrounds will ask what strategies can be developed in order to take artworks of an inherently digital, performative and processual nature into the future. Speakers will share best practices, research and cases studies concerning both artist-led and institutional strategies geared towards the future presentation of born-digital and software based art.
Karen Archey (Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam), Josephine Bosma, Ives Bernard (iMAL), Serena Cangiano (FabLab SUPSI Lugano), Louise Cone (SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst - Denmark), Annet Dekker (University of Amsterdam / Universiteit van Amsterdam), Harm van den Dorpel (Artist), Constant Dullaart (Artist), Patrícia Falcão (Tate Modern), Paulien ‘t Hoen (SBMK), Aurora Loerakker (Van Abbemuseum), Geert Lovink (INC),Aymeric Mansoux (Artist), Rachel S. Miles (LIMA), Arthur van Mourik (Centraal Museum), Geert Nm Mul (Artist), Martine Neddam (Artist), Marcel Ras (NDE), Joost Rekveld (Artist), Margit Rosen or Morgane Stricot (Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe-ZKM), Sylvia van Schaik (RCE), Mila van der Weide (LIMA), and Gaby Wijers (LIMA).
The updated preliminary programme is now available on LIMA’s site here:http://bit.ly/2oBoodz
The symposium will take place at LIMA in Amsterdam.
Arie Biemondstraat 111, 1054 PD Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The symposium is supported by Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie / Creative Industries Fund NL